The CAR T-Cell Therapy Clinical Journey Guide

Additional Resources

There are hundreds of free or discounted services for those being treated for cancer and their families. This page shows only a fraction of them. We encourage you to reach out to patient organisations for help. Most list resources on their websites and all have helplines where you can request individual assistance.

The resources here are divided into the following sections:

Patient Organisations

Patient organisations provide a wide range of services for the cancer community. These include disease information in printed and digital form, videos, live webinars, in-person events (to resume post-COVID-19), assistance in finding a clinical trial, financial assistance, counselling services, research funding, policy advocacy efforts, professionally led online support groups, discussion boards, pet care support and more.

Blood Cancer UK

Their blood cancer support line is a free and confidential service for all people with blood cancer, their friends and family. A team of trained blood cancer support officers who can help with emotional and practical support and information about blood cancer.

Support Line: 0808 2080 888

Leukaemia Care

A national blood cancer support charity working with patients, family and friends affected by blood cancer. Their support specialists can help you find a service that’s right for you which might include support groups, counselling services, buddy services among many others.

Support Line: 08088 010 444
Chat: via WhatsApp on 07500068065 

Lymphoma Action

Support available through phone or email, on-line support groups, buddy services and, after COVID-19 has resolved, in-person support groups.

Support Line: 0808 808 5555

Macmillan Cancer Support

A British charity that provides specialist healthcare, information and financial support to people affected by cancer.

Support Line:  0808 808 00 00
Email and Chat: Available through website

Maggie’s Centres

A network of drop-in centres across the United Kingdom is there to help anyone who has been affected by cancer. They provide support, information and practical advice. They are located near, but are detached from, existing NHS hospitals.

Support Line: 0300 123 1801